That is also known by its Latin name, Leo.
The radiant - the direction they seem to come from - is in the constellation of the lion.
after this man called peter lion who use to treat the animmals in africia
a spring constellation the lion
The ancient Greeks and Romans named the constellation as a representation of the Nemean Lion killed by Heracles (Hercules) as one of his twelve labors.
It's a constellation - not a real lion. It doesn't have a lifespan.
One of them is the star Regulus in the constellation Lion (Leo).
Leo is a constellation.
No, but there is a constellation that look similar which is the Leo constellation(a lion).
Leo is the constellation that mostly resembles a sitting lion.
There is a constellation calle Lion (in Latin: Leo) that is supposed to look like a lion. Actually it requires a great deal of fantasy to see a lion in it.
Leo is what the Constellation of the Lion is called; it was once the Nemean Lion whom Heracles defeated and Hera put into the stars. It had no offspring, demigod or not.
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The constellation Leo can be recognized by looking like a lion. It is one of the constellations of the zodiac. The name is Latin for lion. It was described by Ptolemy.
Leo is the 12th largest constellation in the night sky.
The origin of Leo the Lion is by the Greeks in 40BC. The word Leo is latin for lion.